In December I posted about an anti-Semitic propaganda film, “Zahra’s Blue Eyes,” which depicts the vile slander of Jewish doctors stealing the eyes of a Palestinian child. It was being shown in Iran at that time. But now it is being shown in Holland. Here is a somewhat rough English translation of this Dutch article, courtesy Morghodius:
In certain Turkish mosques in Rotterdam, The Hague and Amsterdam an anti-Semitic film is sold.
The TV program Nova showed it on Dutch TV. The movie is also shown too children.
The movie was made in Iran and translated into Turkish.
The movie is called “˜Zahra’s Blue Eyes”; it is about a Palestine girl that is kidnapped and mutilated by a IsraÃ«li soldier.
Her eyes are transplanted into a blind Jewish boy so he can see
Beside being unconcealed propaganda against the state of Israel, which is not prohibited by the law, the movie contains anti-Jewish passages which, according to experts, fall within the range of the law.
The movie raise questions about the mosques where it is shown.